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Whether from sheer boredom, artistic desire, or simply being inspired to add a moustache to a drawing of a famous historic figure, just about everyone has found themselves doodling on a school assignment at some point in their life.
For talented Japanese illustrator Yurumochi (@sigurey_), those doodles can look as if they're actually more involved than the homework at hand. Recently Yurumochi encountered a morning English assignment they were doing as part of their self-studies, but was so frustrated by the difficulty of the work that they felt compelled to express their frustration in the form of a sketch.
Yurumochi's detailed sketch was so impressive, it made waves on Twitter and you can really feel their frustration radiating off of it. They shared it with the captioned dialogue:
"SPEAK IN JAPANESE!"
"A doodle I made during my morning self-studies."
Yurumochi's doodle has received more than 50,000 likes (at the time of writing), with many people sympathizing with their frustration and being surprised by the level of skill in a simple sketch in the replies:
"It's not just a doodle! It's too good!"
"I think it shows more skill to doodle this than it it does to read English."
"I laughed. I'm not good at English, so I sympathize!"
Yurumochi may not be fully understanding the assignment, but maybe a sketch of this quality could get some well earned extra credit.